|This mock up of the new exhibition centre, to be built on the site of an old gasworks, is overlayed on a photo of the site. Salisbury Crags are in the background.|
|Panorama movies allow visitors to navigate around the city, looking for familiar landmarks as well as the major geological features. This view is from the roof of Edinburgh Castle.|
|Textual overlays are combined with geological and topological maps - the user can adjust the mix of text and map.|
|Again a text overlay, combined with a site photograph, explains the geological features.|
|A large collection of stills show details of important geological features, such as the mud cracks shown here.
Stills taken using a Nikon F801 camera and short zoom.
Other QTVR movies allow the viewer to examine geological features, zooming and panning to find appropriate details. This panorama shows Hutton's Section - an igneous intrusion.
Photos taken with a combination of Nikon F801/Sigma 14mm and Canon Powershot 600 digital camera, each camera on a Kaidan 35mm bracket.
|Copyright image used with permission;|
all others © Earth Sciences, The Open University 1997